Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Bounce on Deck releases LP “All That and Some”

New Jersey hip-hop artist Bounce on Deck has released his latest LP album, titled, “All That and Some.” The record includes 17 original tracks in a full hour's worth of some of the hardest, some of the most raw, explicit and honest rap music ever recorded. Bounce on Deck's record contains themes that range from 'banging and growing up in the rough, urban sprawl of the East Coast, to garnering cash and loving attention from female acquaintances. In the end, however, Bounce (also popularly known as J Bounce) has the music at heart on “All That and Some.” In fact, he has always taken the music to heart.

“At the age of 15,” he relates, “my grandmother died. Instead of attending the funeral, I wrote poems to her.” This poetic streak in him has not been easy to fulfill, either. “All That and Some” is an album about “the hard struggles of growing up in the streets and still trying to chase your dreams,” Bounce writes.

He names as major influences the legendary likes of Tupac Shakur, The Notorious BIG, Jay Z, and Nas, but these are only his musical influences. J Bounce is also an independent film maker.

Bounce, who is a native of Plainfield, NJ, began a private DVD company he called Industry in da Streets. It officially opened for business in 2006. Three years later, his “Industry in da Streets Documentary” was released, a musical documentary that includes live concert footage and artist interviews.
His contemporary hip-hop effort is another album called “Know Dat, the Mixtape,” which will be followed by an autobiographical film of the same name. With all this talent, all signs point to Bounce on Deck's having a very long and ingenious career.

“All That and Some” is available online worldwide beginning mid-March, 2013.

-S. McCauley
Staff Press Release Writer

The LP “All That and Some” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

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